Central Florida Premises Liability Attorneys.
When you are seriously injured while on someone else’s property, you may be able to recover compensation from the property owner, or the entity or person in control of the property.
Examples of the kinds of negligence that may create a premises liability case if a person is seriously injured include:
• Negligence in promptly correcting hazardous conditions like wet floors, items that may cause you to trip, or falling merchandise;
• Negligent actions of employees of stores, such as running into a customer with a heavy cart, can cause serious injuries;
• Failure to maintain property in such a way as to avoid injury to the public;
• Failure to repair or warn of defective conditions, like a broken staircase; or
• Inadequate Security, such as failure to install adequate lighting. locks, or warn patrons about dangerous criminal activity taking place on the premises.
At Young DeLoach PLLC, our premises liability attorneys help people who have been injured due to the negligence of property owners recover full and fair monetary compensation for their injuries or other damages. To learn if we can be of assistance to you, please contact us today to discuss your case.
The key to premises liability law is that the property owner or possessor has to have owed the injured person a duty of care, and has to have breached that duty of care. Whether the property owner or possessor owed the injured person a duty of care, as well as the extent of care owed, depends on the relationship between the person owning or holding the property and the injured person. Invitees (example: customers at a store) and Licensees (example: a guest in your home) are owed a high duty of care.
Trespassers are owed the lowest duty of care; however, if the trespasser is a child, he or she is owed a higher duty to warn, repair, and protect from harm, since children are less able to detect dangers. If you are the parent of a child who has suffered a serious injury on someone else’s property, you need to act quickly on their behalf. Valuable evidence can be lost or destroyed, or witnesses may forget important facts, if an investigation by your own counsel is delayed. Contact us for a consultation as soon as possible after a serious injury occurs. Injuries to children are difficult and emotional. The attorneys of Young DeLoach PLLC have experience representing the parents of children who have suffered serious injuries. Let us take care of your case while you take care of your child.
It costs you nothing to discuss your case with an experienced Central Florida attorney at Young DeLoach PLLC. We're here to help. The initial consultation is free and you will pay no attorney fees unless we win compensation in your claim.
To schedule an appointment and discuss how we can help you, contact Young DeLoach PLLC today or call 407-422-4000 Orlando 386-308-8810 Daytona Beach.
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